Awaken Events

Host Christ at Work at Your Church or Organization

Invite Christ at Work to come to your church, small group, business, or organization to share stories of what Christ is doing in and through faithful businesses all across the country.

We will:

  • Share stories of life change – God is at work in businesses of every size, in every industry, in every corner of our country. We are excited to tell about all God is doing in the workplace.
  • Share ideas and inspiration – Our mission is to inspire and equip Christian business leaders to operate their businesses with a Kingdom mindset inspired by the care and compassion of Christ. To that end we’ve seen many creative and meaningful ways that businesses are cultivating a culture of faith in their workplace.

We won’t:

  • Ask for donations – Christ at Work is fully funded by businesses who saw the impact that living out faith in the workplace had on their people and their company. We simply want to see lives changed by people faithfully living out their calling Monday to Friday in their offices, factories, institutions, and worksites.
  • Ask anyone to sign up for anything – We won’t make any appeals for people to commit to join anything. Again, we simply want to encourage and inspire believers to share the love of Christ in their daily lives.

Sign up to host an Awaken Event

Email Tim Antkowiak – – to get the conversation started. Let us know a bit about your church, group, or organization and what you hope to accomplish by hosting an Awaken event.

What Attendees Have Said about Awaken Events

"Eye opening!  Christ at Work opened my eyes to SO many possibilities."
Ted - Business Owner

"I didn't know you could do this. The presentation was full of ideas I can start this week!"
Bob - CEO
"I wish I had started these ideas 20 years ago in my family run business. Great content!"
Mary - President/CEO
  • “Don’t withhold good from someone who deserves it when it is in your power to do so.”
    Proverbs 3:27

  • “Instead of each person watching out for their own good, watch out for what is better for others.”
    Philippians 2:4